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Syracuse University Athletics - Players Rally Around Former Coach
The money raised at the event will benefit the Wisdom House, named in honor of Simmons wife, Nancy, who passed away in 2007. The money will be used to fund church programs at Trinity Church located on Chapel Street in Fayetteville.

Orange Fizz Radio : Orange Fizz: Syracuse Orange Sports Blog, Recruiting, Podcasts
Our good friend Brent Axe invited D.A. down to drop some knowledge on the Boston College hiring of Steve Donohue, Yankees-Red Sox and the new-look Fizz.

Syracuse lacrosse faces familiar foe with unfamiliar coach at the helm |
"I’m honored to be sitting in this seat," Bates said the other day. "But at the same time I have a job to do. It may sound goofy, but I only feel his presence in a positive way. He has been wonderfully supportive."

Walking wounded could return to Syracuse lacrosse lineup this weekend |
Sophomore attackman Tim Desko, who was assaulted outside a downtown establishment last month and has missed the last four games with a mouth injury, is the most likely to be back of the duo.

How does the Syracuse basketball recruiting class rank nationally? (Audio) |
Jerry Meyer, national recruiting analyst for, analyzes the 2010 recruiting class of the Syracuse Orange.

The Big East's most indispensable players - Big East Blog - ESPN
Syracuse: Derrell Smith, LB. Smith was excellent in 10 games before getting hurt last year, and his leadership in the middle of the linebacking corps is vital for he Orange defense to excel.

Video: Mike Williams works out in front of Packers - JSOnline
The Green Bay Packers were one of only six teams in attendance at the individual workout held for former Syracuse wide receiver Mike Williams held in Buffalo, N.Y. on Monday.

The Orange's senior middie Max Bartig came into Syracuse as its top midfield recruit in the class of 2006. One year later he was switched to attack and sent to the bench. Now, in his final season on the hill, Bartig has rejoined the midfield ranks and moved to the first line. Courtesy of